Eritrea

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Libya: Further information on: Forcible return/fear for safety ...
5 September 2004

The Libyan authorities attempted to forcibly return a further 76 Eritrean asylum-seekers, including 22 women and six children, on 27 August. Some ...

Urgent Action       MDE 19/014/2004

Libya: Forcible return/fear for safety/fear of torture
27 July 2004

The Libyan authorities are reported to have forcibly returned over 110 people to Eritrea on 21 July. It is feared that they are now in secret, incommunicado ...

Urgent Action       MDE 19/012/2004

Eritrea: Further information on: Fear of torture / fear of ill ...
15 July 2004

It is now known that 38 not 28 Jehovah's Witnesses were arrested at a religious service in a private home in the capital Asmara on 24 January. Of these ...

Urgent Action       AFR 64/007/2004

The Wire, July 2004. Vol. 34, No. 6.
30 June 2004

1) Law punishes victims of rape in Pakistan 2) Systematic killings cause crisis in western Sudan 3) Breaking Haiti's cycle of violence 4) Confronting family ...

Newsletter       NWS 21/006/2004

Malta: Open letter to the Maltese Minister for Justice and ...
6 June 2004

This letter concerns the inquiry currently under way in Malta into circumstances surrounding the deportation of 220 Eritrean citizens from Malta to Eritrea ...

Report       EUR 33/002/2004

Eritrea: Fear of torture
31 May 2004

Church leaders Haile Naizgi and Dr Kiflu Gebremeskel were arrested at their homes in the capital, Asmara, on 23 May. They are reportedly held ...

Urgent Action       AFR 64/006/2004

Eritrea: Government resists scrutiny on human rights and calls ...
18 May 2004

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Press Release       AFR 64/004/2004

Eritrea: 'You have no right to ask' - Government resists scrutiny ...
18 May 2004

This document reports on the human rights record of the Eritrean government. It covers such issues as torture, arbitrary detention, "disappearances", ...

Report       AFR 64/003/2004

Press freedom: Deliberately targeted for doing their jobs ...
3 May 2004

The freedom of the press is an essential element of the protection of human rights.

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Eritrea: Prisoners of Conscience / Torture or ill-treatment
9 March 2004

Police and security officers arrested Pastor Mengist Tewelde-Medhin, and 55 women, children and men from the Hallelujah Pentecostal Christian church ...

Urgent Action       AFR 64/002/2004